Five Amazing Sunken Forests

Published January 24, 2013
Updated January 22, 2018

Amazing Sunken Forests: Lake Caddo

Located on the Texas-Louisiana border, Lake Caddo is home to the world’s largest Cypress forest. Unlike the other lakes in the list, Lake Caddo is home to living trees that still grow from their semi-submerged state.

Lake Caddo Texas

Source: Crips Camp

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